May want to revisit your strategy, cash flow from DAY 1. Some interesting info here for those interested...... The traditionally rents always went up, sometimes faster, sometimes slower, but always up. Right now, rents look set to fall. The latest RP Data show that, nationally, prices were flat over the past year. That’s no growth and the lowest growth on record. Looking at the trend, you’d have to think that we’re about to enter the territory of falling rents. We’ve never seen that before. Not nationally, not on a sustained basis, and not outside of a recession. But this is what’s happening. ABS stats on rental inflation tell a similar story, though we haven’t entered negative territory yet. Now a lot of this is driven by some exceptional factors. We’re talking about an oversupply of high-rises driving a glut in inner-city unit markets. And we’re talking resource corrections in Perth and Darwin. But we’re also talking about a shift in the financial landscape. Interest rates across the world are falling, several countries have gone to negative rates. That means the returns on all assets are falling. So this could be an enduring trend, don't want to mention the R word?? but is this possible??